Stoll is a unique community providing support to some of our most vulnerable ex-Servicemen and women.  Formerly known as Sir Oswald Stoll Foundation, Stoll was founded in 1916 to house disabled ex-Servicemen injured in WWI.

Stoll has evolved considerably since then and now accommodates over 250 Veterans across three West London sites.  They have a range of vulnerabilities including disability, homelessness, and poor physical and mental health.  Stoll offers a comprehensive package of support built around the individual needs of our Veterans.  Stoll provides a range of support services including domestic support, Outreach, a monthly London Veterans’ Drop-in and an extensive health and wellbeing programme. 

By maintaining an innovative and creative approach, Stoll continues to respond to the needs of vulnerable Veterans.


Do you need support and advice?

Stoll co-ordinates a monthly London Veterans’ Drop-in, bringing together more than 20 service organisations.  Veterans can now get practical help and support on a variety of issues including mental health, housing, debt management and benefits.  The Drop-in is open every second Wednesday of the month from 4-7 pm in Stoll’s Community Hall.


Contact Stoll:

446 Fulham Road, London SW6 1DT

020 7381 2110

Facebook:  StollVeterans

Twitter: @stoll_veterans




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